Quick Hairstyles for Thin Hair
One of the easiest ways to look your best every day is to just have a hair cut and styled in a way that flatters your face shape and physiology of the scalp and hair. However, in order for a stylist to determine the cut suits you the best, other factors apart from the shape of your face should be considered, such as hair texture and the time you have.
Now that you already have an idea about how you can tell if you have fine hair or normal, let’s run down a quick hairstyles for thin hair to give maximum texture, volume, and body control. Since you already know about the texture of hair you have, the only one which stylist you will consider when you sit in the salon chair is the shape of your face.
A Bob Medium or Long – A trick in styling is to add to the appearance of “thickness” or volume where there may be little or none. Opting for medium or long Bob is the best way to go to add more life – especially if you’re a light style with mousse, gel medium-hold hairspray. Attention not to use too many styling aid strands or follicles can accumulate make the scalp more visible.
Mid-length Layered Bit – If you grow your hair a little too long but you want to have a layered piece, it might not work due to lack of volume. This is why you should go for a mid-length design that has little pieces layered – again and style you will be overwhelmed by the sheer length and weight. This is a great look for a style with a large diameter brush and blow dryer. Flipped in or out works well and lock-in with a medium hold spray. Once again, tricks the body flows. Thin strands and smooth lay-over easily, so spray before and after styling for the best control.
Long and straight hairstyles for fine hair. Now, if you really want to grow your hair long and has a fine texture, you can wear your locks long and straight – without lining. Personally I think this is risky, however. If you’re looking for a 60′s “super model runway” look, this is great. But, more delicate or thin grooves follicles, the more they want to cling to the scalp – so it looks deserted and unkempt.
The Haircut Blunt – You may remember Hollywood celebrities Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a blunt cut to her blond hair. It is perfect for adding style if more volume. It is an easy and free care for the style – and it works well with a variety of styling tools depending on the look you want.
Go for Wavy Styles – Finally, one of the best ways to increase the volume is by adding waves or curls to your locks. Use volumizing products (shampoo, elixir, or spray) after curling or styling to get the full effect.
To sum it all, remember that choosing hairstyles for fine hair can be very tricky because you may end up with a visible limp locks. To determine the best hairstyle that will suit you perfectly, always consult with your stylist, decided to cut you will feel the most beautiful and comfortable and carefully choosing and using the right hair products.